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Dec 08, 2007 14:57 |  #151

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=IB///M;4463807]Nice!

How did you give his face the right WB while the keeping the color for the surroundings?

Even though I wasn't there it looks like he used a flash and had the WB set to either flash or daylight. He is mostly lit by the flash and is therefore in proper WB. The background is lit by those weird space-alien green light things which is obviously a much different color temperature than flash making the background greenish.


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Dec 08, 2007 15:13 |  #152

Beautiful shot, Mum. It's nice to finally see some of your shots! :)


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Dec 08, 2007 17:05 |  #153

ChucklesKY wrote in post #4464697 (external link)
Even though I wasn't there it looks like he used a flash and had the WB set to either flash or daylight. He is mostly lit by the flash and is therefore in proper WB. The background is lit by those weird space-alien green light things which is obviously a much different color temperature than flash making the background greenish.

Flash? Err, no. Horrible things they are :)

I simply adjusted the WB manually in Lightroom for the subject and then just had a bit of fun pushing things in LightRoom. I love what you can do in LightRoom!


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Dec 08, 2007 18:56 |  #154

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Wow. Thanks so much guys. Can you let me know exactly what you like about this shot? I am learning and would like to be able to emulate it again if possible. It's so hard for me to know what works and what doesn't. So if something does, I'd like to learn from that. I appreciate your comments.

I liked the composition. The way that you had the camera low to get a nice perspective with nice foreground colour and the little lad heading towards that lush light. I don't really know why I liked it so much, maybe it's because you're following the rule of thirds or maybe having a little one the same age I kind of related to it. :)


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Dec 08, 2007 19:02 |  #155

I thought I'd add this one I took in virtually no light, other than a candle, a bit late, pumpkin season is over :)

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Dec 08, 2007 19:07 |  #156

Wow! Beautiful shot. Love the light on the child's face!


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Dec 08, 2007 19:10 |  #157

That looks like a very special photo, nicely done.

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Dec 08, 2007 19:12 as a reply to  @ Mum2J&M's post |  #158

Here's one I like. 1D Mark III, 35L @ f1.4, 580EXII on camera and 550EX on stand, plus some natural light.

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Dec 08, 2007 19:43 as a reply to  @ Pekka's post |  #159

here is 6 (1/250s f/2 at 35mm iso3200):

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here is 7 (1/45s f/2 at 35mm iso400):
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Dec 08, 2007 19:51 |  #160

Pekka wrote in post #4465792 (external link)
Here's one I like. 1D Mark III, 35L @ f1.4, 580EXII on camera and 550EX on stand, plus some natural light.

beautiful light!!




  
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Dec 09, 2007 13:40 |  #161

I got this lens last Friday and I'm in love

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Dec 09, 2007 14:02 |  #162

echo wrote in post #4465245 (external link)
Flash? Err, no. Horrible things they are :)

I simply adjusted the WB manually in Lightroom for the subject and then just had a bit of fun pushing things in LightRoom. I love what you can do in LightRoom!

Man, I wish it was just a flash...

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Dec 09, 2007 14:52 |  #163

1D and 35L, I was too close for the 135L.

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Dec 09, 2007 17:32 |  #164

TheAztech wrote in post #4470063 (external link)
I got this lens last Friday and I'm in love

Good choice, It has excellent color and contrast. :o




  
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Dec 09, 2007 19:33 |  #165

TheAztech wrote in post #4470063 (external link)
I got this lens last Friday and I'm in love

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beautiful picture. Is that on the 5d or 30d?


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